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Reality Killed The Video Star

Released on 09 November 2009

Artist: Robbie Williams

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Track Duration Price/Buy
1. Morning Sun   00:04:06 £0.99
2. Bodies   00:04:04 £0.99
3. You Know Me   00:04:21 £0.99
4. Blasphemy   00:04:20 £0.99
5. Do You Mind   00:04:06 £0.99
6. Last Days Of Disco   00:04:50 £0.99
7. Somewhere   00:01:02 £0.99
8. Deceptacon   00:05:01 £0.99
9. Starstruck   00:05:22 £0.99
10. Difficult For Weirdos   00:04:30 £0.99
11. Superblind   00:04:46 £0.99
12. Won't Do That   00:03:38 £0.99
13. Morning Sun Reprise   00:01:24 £0.99
14 Arizona   00:05:33
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customer Reviews

 Average rating (45 reviews)

 Roundhouse = Music Powerhouse

| | See all Topman1983's reviews (1)

Robbie is back with a bang! Love him or hate him you cannot knock the guy having heard this new material at the BBC Electric Proms this album promises to be amongst his best. The only fault with this is, he has not included his epic rendition of Video Killed The Radio Star (Bonus Material Please.) Welcome back Robbie!!

 What a fab album!

| | See all costalover's reviews (1)

This is such a wonderful album - different, softer, more mature than his other albums but a real treasure to listen to. Thank God hes back!!

 reality didn't kill the king of pop

| | See all connorbenjamin's reviews (3)

after rudebox, we feared abit for the career of robbie williams. no doubt that he is back with an absolute bang with a great album. i love every single track, a definite must buy.

 Robbie Williams - Reality Killed The Video Star

| | See all nannystorey's reviews (2)

This is Robbie at his best, I love it. There is nothing to dislike about this CD all the tracks get into your soul.

 The King Of Pop is back

| | See all Scotty82's reviews (5)

WOW! What a brilliant album this is. After 3 years away, the best selling artist of the decade returns with his 8th studio album, and it is easily up there as one of his finest. There is not a single bad track on here. It is the perfect mix of old Robbie and experimental Robbie. There are lots of fantastic ballads delivered in only the way the Robster can. Opening number Morning Sun is simply fantastic - has a great Sgt Pepper sound to it. The massive global smash hit 'Bodies' is a soaring anthem that just gets better with each listen. Second single 'You Know Me' is orchastra pop at its best. A brilliant pop tune - very addictive and catchy. Then comes Blasphemy, which is simply beautiful. The last Williams/Chambers penned tune. It has some brilliant lyrics from Robbie, and his voice sounds amazing on it. Do You Mind is classic rockin Robbie, whilst 'Last Days Of Disco sees Rob return to the electro sound of his Rudebox album. But dont be put off, this track is simply brilliant and easily one of the highlights of the album. The short but great Somewhere leads perfectly into the Bowie-influence 'Deceptecon' which is just wonderful in so many ways. 'Starstruck' sounds like a mix between Fastlove by George Michael and Robbie's own 'Lovelight'. Very catchy and could well be the 3rd single. Difficult For Weirdo's sees him revert back to the Pet Shop Boys influenced electro sound once again, and works very well. The comes 'Superblind', easily in the top 3 songs on the album. This stars off slow and builds up with soaring guitar riffs with Robbie proclaiming "Im the genius behind me". Just when you thought it cant get much better, the anthemic 'Wont Do That' appears accompanied with a great guitar solo..

This is a truly fantastic album, and any fan of sosphisticated orchestral pop music should own it. The legend that is Trevor Horn does an excellent job producing this. It deserves to be a massive hit. If you have any sence you will buy it now!